You can remove those hard to hit fairway woods and replace them with these hybrids. Getting out of the rough is much easier and the distance is comparable to woods and long irons. You will not be disappointed in the ability to change the loft and face angle so you can shape the shot you want.
It sometimes takes a while to figure out which loft, face angle and lie you need for your game and once you make an adjustment, it effects the ball flight considerably. You need to spend a lot of time on the driving range to get used to the adjustments you can make with these clubs, but these are not for the high-handicapper.
A low handicapper who is looking to control his shot shape will like these clubs, but anyone else may need to stick with the simpler hybrids until they're game progresses.